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Anchorpoint radio

The primary goal of the Anchorpoint radio broadcast is to present God's offer of salvation through sound gospel preaching. In today's religious climate, the clear claims of the Gospel message have been lost. We strive to expose people again to the Bible's message of man's ruin and God's remedy. Also, we present scripturally based doctrinal and practical Bible teaching for believers who want to learn more about the God they have come to know.
These radio broadcasts are supported by believers who gather in the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ and seek to follow New Testament church principles in the practice of their faith. Contrary to most other gospel outreaches, we do not ask for donations of any kind. God's message of forgiveness is free and without obligation.

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Latest Episodes

Evolution - A Theory in Crisis, Part 2

Last week, we looked at 14 so-called proofs of evolution and the problems that they entail. Today’s broadcast is a continuation of this presentation where the supposed 3 ‘great facts’ that prove evolution are taken up  explaining the difficulties with each one. Unfortunately, many people don’t realize that such problems exist. God’s Word never contradicts the realities revealed by honest science. The problems with these so-called proofs for evolution is that man has already concluded what he wants – that there is no God with Whom he has to deal. We trust that you will be one of those who will believe what God says to the saving of your soul.








Evolution - A Theory in Crisis, Part 1

Evolutionary theory is the assertion that all living things have a common ancestor from which they evolved through numerous successive changes over billions of years to produce the complexity of all life that we see today - a ‘bacterium to Beethoven’ concept. It is widely accepted, but not by all scientists. In fact, there are many, many problems with the claims of evolution. Today's message is the first of a three part series that examines the 14 main 'proofs' of evolution. If you are a Christian, we know that this short series will be a help to you in discussing this with unbelievers. And, if not a Christian, we trust that with an open mind, you will face up to the difficulties with the theory and consider what the Bible has to say about this important topic.








Christ in Psalm 23

The book of Psalms is one which Christians love to turn to for comfort, strength, and encouragement. Every human condition from despair and failure to joy and adoration can be found there. What a solace the psalms have been to Christians down through the ages! I’m sure that every Christian is familiar with David’s word in Psalm 23, “The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want.” As familiar as we are with this psalm, there are many wonderful truths buried there for us to discover with each and every reading. Today's focus is on Psalm 23 as it relates to the different New Testament appearances of the Lord Jesus Christ. The truths in each of David’s statements is lived out by the Lord Himself in His post-resurrection appearances as He deals with His own beloved followers and disciples. This message takes us to the very heart of Christ Himself!








Come Unto Me

The Bible's message of the gospel basically contains two fundamental truths. First, it involves a warning - a very strong imperative for listeners to take stock of their lives and acknowledge their great need before God. Yes, it's about facing your sin and the consequences of it. Secondly, there is the gracious invitation of God to sinners to trust Christ to put away their sin. The Lord Jesus says to us all, "Come unto Me and I will give you rest". Are there any restless souls among our listeners today? Any bad consciences? Any regrets about how your life is going? Then, this message is for you!








Lessons on the Mountain

  

One of the most well-known miracles of the Lord Jesus Christ is the feeding of the multitude – the 5000 men, plus women and children, with only 5 barley loaves and 2 small fish. It is interesting that this miracle is the only one which is recorded in all four of the gospels, so it is an event in the life of Christ that we would do well to learn more about. Today's broadcast examines this miracle based on the Gospel of John Chapter 6, in which John presents it as one of the ‘signs’ - remarkable evidences of divine power that prove that Jesus is truly the Son of God. There are many practical lessons from John’s account that teach us not only about the person of Christ but also about ourselves!